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The Sr. Case Worker serves as the primary child development resource for families in the pediatric practice, delivers direct services to families with infants and/or young children, and coordinates the efforts of all members of the team at each site. The specialist will work in close collaboration with medical doctors and other members of the health team to further their understanding of significant social, emotional, and developmental factors affecting children enrolled in the program. Primary Duties and Responsibilities: Provides education to families of eligible children on the services available in the community to enhance child developmental activities. Assists parents of eligible children in gaining access to early intervention services as well as additional support services available in the community. Collaborates with personnel in community-based agencies to develop appropriate intervention strategies for eligible children and their children. Facilitate authorization of appropriate level of services for each family enrolled in the program. Documents services provided in the prescribed manner and completes paperwork prescribed by the Department to include documents (Family Support Plan, IARs, data forms) requested by the state, etc. Completes required paperwork (IAR, case managements forms), as needed for input into data and billing systems. Maximizes the continuity of care provided to enhance developmental potential. Maintains ongoing communication with family members to assure service effectiveness to the maximum extent possible. Participates as a member of an interdisciplinary team while serving as the single point of contact for the family in obtaining the early intervention services needed. Ensures the provision of early intervention services in a cost efficient manner, utilizing third party funding sources when possible. Works as a member of the team in the development of a Family Support Plan and monitors the implementation and modification of the Plan. Coordinates activities with other case-related medical and non-medical personnel. Provides tracking of services provided to each family as prescribed.Performs other duties as assigned.
The minimum requirements are: Bachelors Degree in child development, psychology, nursing, social work, education, or related field. 3 years of relevant experience working in a medical setting with infants and young children, working with parents of infants and young children, and/or assessing the development of children. Ability to work independently with little supervision. Ability to work as an integral team member in a complicated environment. Ability to show tolerance and sensitivity in stressful situations
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Patient safety is a top priority. As a result, during the Influenza ("the flu") season (September through April), the University of Miami School of Medicine requires all employees who provide ongoing services to patients, work in a location (all Hospitals and clinics) where patient care is provided, or work in patient care or clinical care areas, to have an annual influenza vaccination. Failure to meet this requirement will result in rescinding or termination of employment.
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